Loss of Wisdom

I’m no linguist, especially not in that language you people speak since most of what you say is either nonsense or completely not necessary.  For instance, what is so wise about having teeth in your mouth that you don’t even really use or in some cases don’t even break through the skin?   Us dogs use all our teeth – and I must say really pretty effectively.

Another problem I have with these so called wisdom teeth is why you people trust such a valuable commodity as your wisdom, your deep rooted intelligence, to a small bone at the back of your mouth that can easily fall out.  Even worse, what happened to my scribe last week could happen to you.  The wisdom could get pulled by a dentist.

I must say those wacky decisions you all make is entirely up to you folks but what I don’t like is when my Dad gets home and his mouth smells like blood.  This is very distressing to us dogs who like to heal wounds with licking…much too hard to get a tongue in there to fix it.


Finally, it came to my attention that you all have the possibility for four of these wisdom teeth.  Now I am also no mathematician but by my calculations that is a loss of 25% of his wisdom…which is unfortunate since he didn’t have much wisdom to begin with.  All I hope is that he still has enough brain power to still take me for walks and give me steaks!


3 thoughts on “Loss of Wisdom

  1. Great musings. Why the wisdom teeth were created is to keep the dentists in business and to occasionally impress on your kind that like you sometimes we too chew bones but only taste the blood.


  2. oh montana… the look of your concern says it all. such sweet curiosity.
    or… are you thinking he might be hiding a little raw steak in there… and if you could just get at it… ????


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